get america's fastest internet. only from xfinity. dream to breaking news this morning. "the associated press" and others claim hillary clinton is clinched the democratic nomination. that includes unbound delegates who can change their mind at bernie sanders says clinton has not secured the nomination. good morning. lauren: good morning. i am lauren simonetti appeared voters in six states go to the polls today to cast their vote in the primaries. the latest delegate count as soon as the climactic end of a fascinating primary season. nicole: donald trump calls on his supporters to intensify criticism of the judge
overseeing a trump university legal case. lauren: in the market, fed chair janet yellen takes a june interest rate hike up the table at the dow rallied 113 points yesterday checking in on features ahead of the opening bell we have another rally. nasdaq futures gaining 17. nicole: in japan, stocks edged higher in china's shanghai composite index up one 10th of 1%. lauren: after gaining 2.2% from oil prices are trading under $50 a barrel. 4995 also close to the $50 mark. nicole: tropical storm call-in. we will have the forecast in the damage. transfer the ceo russell ran plans to ship tourists and revised management. nicole: in sports, a command in the over the stanley cup final says seth curry says he won't
play for the olympic basketball team. lauren: is 5:01 a.m. welcome to "fbn:am." thank you for joining us for today's markets can latest break-in is and what to expect for tuesday ahead. nicole: a powerful car bomb attack killing 11 people and wounded 36 others in istanbul, turkey. authorities say the bomb was detonated as the bus was passing by. seven police officers are among the dead. no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. lauren: senator bernie sanders strongly criticizing the media for a rush to judgment. seen hillary clinton has not secured the democratic nomination. they sent to "the associated press" that the secretary of state needed to win the nomination. the ap count came after a survey
of party insiders known as superdelegates who do not vote until july 25th. >> it is clear. as the democratic national committee says do not want together pledged delegates, real delegates and superdelegates who may or may not change their minds. secretary clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the democratic nomination. she will be dependent on superdelegates. lauren: clinton weighing in on this flushes campaign in california. >> we are on the brink of a historic, unprecedented moment. but we still have work to do, don't you? we have six elections tomorrow and we are going to fight hard for every single vote, especially right here in california.
[cheers and applause] nicole: this is the theory says california, new jersey, montana and new mexico had to the polls today. 694 delegates are up for grabs including 475 in the golden state. make sure to tune into fox is this for special coverage of today's primaries at 7:00 p.m. eastern time right here in the fox business network. lauren: new developments in the hillary clinton a real investigation. four players are represented by the same lawyer. they include former chief of staff cheryl nelson policy prices shake so thin. the so-called common defense allows defendants to show the same lawyer, but many critics say in this case there appears to be a conflict because defendants can share information and potentially coordinate stories. nicole: tamil trump urging supporters to challenge the credibility of the judge he provides are the trump university case. this comes after the gop nominee
said the charges biased because of his mexican heritage. trump on "the o'reilly factor" defending his comments. >> i don't care if the judge's mexican or not. i'm going to do with the mexican people. we are being treated unfairly. very, very unfairly. dozens of students it was a great school, learned a lot, gave it high marks. at least by talking about it, people understand it's a civil lawsuit that should've been dismissed dismissed a long time ago. the judges to demand fairly. nicole: meanwhile, trumps rivals criticizing him for the remarks it john kasich said trump should apologize to the judge. marco rubio says trump is wrong. lauren: tropical storm separate bringing high winds and heavy rains to florida. the national weather service says the maximum winds were around 50 miles an hour with higher gusts.
colin expected to dump six inches of rain across northern florida and southeastern georgia today. some areas could see up to 10 inches. florida's governor says they are ready. >> we have notified our national guys that we have potentially 6000 national guard members around the state. i've been talking to utilities, sheriffs and other elected officials around our state to make sure we are solving any needs they might have. nicole: who best to go to an fox meteorologist maria molina. good way to you. reporter: good morning. thanks for having me. the storm system of heavy rain across areas of florida, georgia and today across the carolinas. when cap 50 miles per hour is a very fast mover. moving speeds greater than 30 miles per hour increasing to
the east of florida and bringing in the rain across parts of the carolinas to mention today. the storm brought severe severe weather and natural thing to find form of very strong wind as some of the tornadoes that were reported in florida and also photos of water spots surfacing on twitter. a lot of that to do with the system. you can see it's already very busy this morning across eastern north carolina and extending into areas around tampa, florida. the rain is forecast to continue. some areas could pick up several more inches of rain. the potential for flooding will continue throughout the day today. eventually the shiite festival impacting us across the east coast, all ready by tomorrow it will be quieter. lauren: thank you very much. nicole: she might be the first state binding upon the carriage change. the affordable tract bands legal immigrants. a bill passed in california
would allow the state to apply for a federal waiver to open exchange undocumented residents. jerry brown has not signed a bill yet. lauren: the u.s. economy is in irving and reiterated that interest rate hikes are coming. however, she did not say when that would happen. last month, a dismal jobs report has raised doubts about the broader economy. one official sharing his thoughts on the jobs report with our liz claman on countdown to the closing bout yesterday. >> or two or three ways we can interpret it. the first is a slowdown occurring in the u.s. economy. i don't either you so i don't interpret the jobs report. lauren: investors taking gina gallant's comments is assigned the fed will not raise interest rates at next weeks meeting which begins one week from
today. nicole: olivarez across the board. hong kong hang seng up 1.5% capacity of 1.3%. shanghai composite appointed to 1%. japan's nikkei up half of 1%. lauren: germany from industrial production are rising and you do have nice gains for the dax up 1.9%. the ftse implanted that two thirds of 1%. nicole: gains yesterday across across the board and we can see the s&p with the highest close since last november that the energy stocks at temperatures of 59. s&p futures up 6.5. nasdaq up 17. lauren: oil prices check this out or just above that. hold down $4.
nicole: at "the wall street journal" "wall street journal" reports verizon plans to submit a second round bid of $3 billion for yahoo!'s core internet business. verizon is considered the leading contender. the private equity firm tpg is also expected to submit a site around it before monday's deadline paper journal for ordained yahoo! may hold at least one more bidding round. offers can change by the final round. lauren: struggling retailer ralph will run to announce major job cuts and store closings today. as profit and sales have fallen 50% since 2014. turn things around, rolf arend hired stephane larsen to replace him as ceo. by september he made his mark at old navy at each event. sources say he will announce 50 stores closing hospitals to does the job has been a at analyst today. taking a look at shares, they are down 30% in the past year.
lauren: valley pharmaceuticals have said this today. investors have punished the stock to the company got caught up in controversies over mail order pharmacies and pricing of its drugs. we are also watching goldman sachs. u.s. investigators tried to determine whether the bank broke the law when it did not sound an alarm about a suspicious transaction in malaysia. some good news if you own shares of fedex at the company has raised its quarterly dividend 60%, 40 cents a share. fedex delivered profits for the past two quarters helped by a boom in online shopping. that often can be an economic indicator. good news for fedex. lauren: shopping online, shopping on our phones. tropical storm set very moving across the southeast today. fox meteorologist maria molina will be back to tell us just how bad it really is.
and a storm of a different kind in a new york court. >> it went great. lauren: data something martin shkreli bragging about his day in court when he pled not guilty to criminal charges. we will have reaction as well. features moments ago oil hit 50. dow futures up 60 points. s&p futures nicole up seven, naq futures gained 17. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: welcome back. by 15:00 a.m. that's a copout on what's happening now. california and five other states holding primaries today. "the associated press" that hillary clinton are to have commitments from the number of delegates needed to win the nomination had that includes superdelegates who don't vote until july 25th. senator bernie sanders says the ap this is a rush to judgment. donald trump defended criticism that the federal judge presiding over the cap university case. the judge is biased because of his mexican heritage. despite criticism from his own
party, trump defended his comments. resources tell "the wall streett told "the wall street journal" that verizon plans to take the next round of bidding for the court internet businesses. verizon reportedly planning to submit a $3 billion bid by monday's deadline. checking in on stock market futures ahead of the opening bell, rising 64 points. s&p futures game in seven after a nice rally yesterday. nicole: thank you very much. the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." viacom sale at the stake picked a wall. if change in by lessening any deal for viacom film studio will require the backing of redstone and his daughter, sherri redstone. make plays hardball to keep its athletes. nike is suing world indoor 800-meter champ did. after he agreed to sponsorship deal with new ballads. law firm kravis races starting salaries to 180,000.
12.5% move slowly in morris its first increase in nearly a decade and could trigger a wave of copycat hikes from the new york firm's competitors. after ms. barnett entrepreneur martin shkreli was back in court and back to his old ways. he wasted no time to brag about the hearing tuesday night dunkin donuts customers will live streaming on his periscope. >> i just came back from court. it went great. the judge -- the government again. nicole: he was in court to face criminal charges against them. adam shapiro has the story. reporter: good morning, nicole. martin shkreli will return on july 14th at 1:00 p.m. that is the date the judge has set for a hearing to determine finally when this could go to trial. possibly january february 2017.
he entered a not guilty preemptively discharged out against him last friday. the charges an additional conspiracy to commit securities fraud and involves control of stock in the company retrofitted in which he was the ceo. his codefendant of the group also a not guilty plea. as of now the charges amount to seven charges of securities fraud. the charges now seen it too. there's a possibility that defense attorneys will file a motion in the future to sever the cases so richly financed have since tried separately. the judge's giving everybody roughly 30 to 35 days to continue what is called discovery. they will be trading document, documents crucial to the case because there's roughly 3 million that have to be reviewed. shkreli's defense attorney says what they find in those documents are key to what kind of defense he will present when this case goes to trial. outside the courthouse in brooklyn, adam shapiro. back to you.
nicole: adam shapiro, thank you very much. transfer your placement plan after the financial crisis is expected to be unveiled today. jeb has the latest due to present his plan in new york will wipe out the 2010.for wall street reform law supporters say it would prevent another financial crisis while critics say the law is choking the economy with too many regulations on the banks and other financial institutions. few expect the new plan to become law anytime soon to be sure to watch the congressman had certainly discusses his plan today on carney 11:00 a.m. eastern time. nicole: pittsburgh penguins grab a lead over the sharks and can wrap up the stanley cup thursday night. seth curry says he will not fight for the olympic task of halting and also in the world of sports, mixed martial arts start give both sides is dead at the
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lauren: sadness for you. kevin cantos by ferguson has died in his home state of florida at 42 years old. reports say he was hospitalized yesterday for undisclosed causes near his home in coral springs. he became a nun after post in a series of youtube videos showing extreme street price. he was sent to ballot for mma and is scheduled to headline a match in london next month july 16th. nicole: no cause of death. 42 is too young. a look at the latest in the world of sports. pittsburgh penguins are one win away from the stanley cup.
they beat the sharks last night for a three to one seriously. malkin scored his first goal of this series and matt murray may 23. the penguins can win their first stanley cup at home in game five on thursday night. seth curry withdrew his name from consideration for the u.s. olympic team yesterday. he said in a statement that he decided to pull out several thought as input and recent ankle and knee injuries. he did not say what the factors are. the athlete had expressed concerns about physique of virus. he was already without anthony davis. korea has won a pair of world titles at the americans. chicago cubs held at the philadelphia is last night. jon lester pitched eight scoreless innings improving seven and three on the season and six and zero in eight career starts against the phillies. the cubs have won 11 out of 13 and have major leading 40 and 16
records. chicago most 10 games in front of pittsburgh in the nl central. nicole: demand non-contracted by the playboy mansion. karen metropolis has the firm posted a privacy about three years ago. he lives next to the playboy mansion now and therefore plans to buy the playboy mansion. as part of video come in the 90-year-old founder will get to live in the mansion for the rest of his life. so what does this house look like? seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, wine cellar, gym, tennis court, the famous a partially covered by a man-made cave for a grotto. the list price is $200 million. nicole: unbelievable. a look at the latest of a look at u.s. stock market futures. the s&p closed the highest of the year to the june rate hike is off the table. july on the table possibly. goldman sachs think so.
67 higher, s&p futures up 7.5. lauren: oil prices trading just below the rate of 4996. outages in canada, venezuela, nigeria. violence there. that is one of the reasons crew jumps 2% yesterday, down $12. trade to the japanese yen weaker against the greenback, but the u.k. pound, canadian dollar and mexican peso stronger today. lauren: coming up, we'll talk about a couple things including the associated press and others including hillary clinton has clinched the democratic nomination including superdelegates who can change their mind. bernie sanders is a not so fast. >> the democratic national committee says do not lump together pledged delegates can rebel delegates the superdelegates. lauren: the latest in the battle
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lauren: breaking news this morning. "the associated press" and others have claimed hillary clinton has clinched the democratic nomination. and then superdelegates can change their mind. ernie sander says clinton has not secured the nomination. good morning to you. i am lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. nicole petallides. we will have the very latest in the delegate count as being at the climactic end of this fascinating primary season. lauren: donald trump defended his criticism of the judge
overseeing at trump university legal trump university legal case on the o'reilly site her. drink it and the market, janet yellen spec signatures after the dow down 113 points yesterday. u.s. stock market futures right now at 64. s&p futures up something. lauren: japan edged higher by half of 1%. in china, the shanghai composite up fractionally. nicole: after gaining 2% yesterday, oil prices up 26 cents. 4995 a barrel. lauren: tropical storm colin barely through florida and smacking the southeast. nicole: the ceo proper advanced to close stores, cut management to survive the struggling retailer. transfer the pittsburgh penguins grab a commanding lead in the stanley cup finals had seth curry at the state warriors says he will not play for the olympic basketball team. trade 25:31 a.m. tuesday june 7th.
we welcome you to "fbn:am" from your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect if they had. a powerful car bomb attack killing 11 people and wounded 36 others in istanbul, turkey. authorities say the attack targeted a bus with police officers. the bomb was detonated as the bus was passing by. seven police officers are not the bad good no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. nicole: breaking news, senator bernie sanders strongly criticizing the media for a rush to judgment saying hillary clinton has not secured the democratic nomination. this after "the associated press" that former secretary of state now has commitments from the number of delegates needed to win the nomination. the ap count came after a survey of party insiders known as superdelegates who did not vote until july 25th. >> it is clear the democratic
national committee says do not lump together pledged delegates, real delicate but superdelegates who may or may not change their minds. secretary clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the democratic nomination. she will be dependent on superdelegates. nicole: granted weigh-in on the news while campaigning in california. >> we are in the rank of an historic unprecedented moment. but we still have work to do, don't we? we have six elections tomorrow and we are going to fight hard for every single vote, especially right here in california. lauren: voters in california,
new jersey, north and south dakota, montana and new mexico head to the polls today. there are 694 delegates up for grabs. you're looking at the breakdown. 475 in the golden state. be sure to tune into fox business business for special coverage of today's primaries starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern on the fox network. nicole: new development in the hillary clinton investigation. the fbi probe presented by the sandler and clinton's former chief is that cheryl nelson policy of isaac jake sullivan. the so-called, defenseless defendants who share the same lawyer. any critics say in this case there appears to be a conflict because defendants can share in the nation and potentially coordinate their stories. lauren: switching to the republican sid donald trump defended comments on the federal judge who presides over the trump university case comes after the presumptive gop presidential nominee said the judge's bias because of his mexican heritage.
trump was on the o'reilly last night. >> i don't care if the judge is mexican or not. i'll do great for the mexican people because they provide jobs. we are being treated unfairly, bill. very, very unfairly. thousands of students have signed a document saying they learned a lot, a gradeschool, a great school, gave it high marks. by talking about it, people understand it's a civil lawsuit that should've been dismissed a long time ago. the judge is true demand fairly. lauren: trumps former russell's criticizing him for their marks at john kasich said he should apologize to the judge in florida senator marker rubio says trump is wrong. nicole: breaking this morning, tropical storm said. bring in high winds and heavy rain to parts of the southeast coast. the national weather service says the storms maximum winds were around 50 miles an hour with higher gusts. colin is expected to dump six inches of rain across
northern florida and southeastern georgia today. some areas could see up to 10 inches. florida's governor said they are ready. >> we have notified our national guard and we have the potential to activate 6000 national guard members around the state. i've been talking to utilities, sheriffs and other elected officials around our state to make sure we are solving any need they might have. lauren: fox meteorologist maria molina joins us now with the latest. >> good morning. we continue to track the storm system that rot tremendous across portions of florida and waterspouts. a large storm system continued to move quickly at 31 miles per hour exiting florida and going to be an impact in carolinas day today. potential for isolated severe weather continues across coastal parts of the carolinas or we can still see a potential tornado or
two in addition to dangerous surf and strong winds. this are moving very quickly over the next couple of days and should eventually weaken or become extratropical bidding on this its characteristics otherwise most of the east coast is in dealing with the storm by the time we head into tomorrow. heavy rain continues to be possible across the tampa area looking as much as four to six inches of rain. the carolinas together with rain from the storm system. across the northeast today, we will be dealing with storms and even possible severe weather across new england with damaging winds, hail and isolated tornadoes from connecticut to southern parts of the state of maine. let's head over to you. nicole: thank you california may be the first state to let in the rents and the affordable care technically bars illegal immigrants from insurance exchanges. a bill passed in california last week would allow the state to apply for a federal waiver to open its exchange to
undocumented residents. governor jerry brown has not signed the bill yet. lauren: federal reserve chair janice yellen said the economy is improving and interest rate hikes are coming but she did not say when that would happen. speaking of philadelphia yesterday, yellen said yesterday's disappointing jobs report has raised the economy, with liz claman on the jobs countdown to the closing bell. >> there were two or three ways we can interpret it. it's a slowdown in the u.s. economy. i don't buy that you so i don't interpret the jobs report is signaling a slowdown. a possible sign that the fed won't raise rates at next week's two-day meeting which starts one week from today. nicole: take a look here. but there is a there is in a ship in shanghai composite index up one 10th of 1%.
japan's nikkei up 1.5% of korea's costly 1.3% to the upside. lauren: the dax and germany have 1.8%. the ftse among did not .7%. nicole: the british as a referendum june 23rd could be obviously shaky ground. that is something we will consider. data features at 67. s&p futures up 7.5. trip to "the wall street journal" says verizon plans to submit a bid of $3 billion for yahoo!'s core internet business. rising considered a leading contender by tpg also expected to submit a second mandate before the deadline mday. the journal also reported that yahoo! may hold at lst one reou obidding so ofrs n anthfiuren: struggling retails for rent to announce major job
cuts and store closing today. profit and sales have fallen 50% since 2014. in order to turn things around, rather than hired stephanie marston to replace him as ceo last september. larson made his mark at age nine. he will announce some 50 store closings as well as two as well as 2000 job cuts when he meets with the analyst today. roxburgh shares down 30% in the last year closed at 9633 yesterday. lauren: valued pharmaceuticals will report first-quarter results before the bell this morning. investors have punished the stock since they got caught up in controversies over mail order pharmacy and pricing of drugs. we are watching goldman sachs. investigators tried to determine whether the bank broke the law when they did not sound an alarm about a suspicious transaction in malaysia. some good news that the shares of fedex or the company bracing quarterly dividend 60% to 40
cents a share. fedex has delivered a better than expected office for the past two quarters helped by a room in online shopping. nicole: coming up, the entrepreneur martin shkreli is back in court. >> i just came back from her. we are great. the judge slapped the government again. nicole: bragging about his day incorporate pled not guilty to criminal charges. that story and his reaction. u.s. stock market futures this morning. the s&p moved to the highest gear up 7.5. dow futures at 66. energy leaving the bay yesterday with concerned about nigeria's push oil higher. today it. today oil up 22 cents at 4991. endless checkout also the tenure
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nicole: good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. that video caught up on what's happening now. california in five other states hold primaries today. "the associated press" that hillary clinton are to have a the number of delegates needed to win the nomination. that includes superdelegates who don't vote until july 25th. senator bernie sanders says the ap news as they rush to judgment. donald trump defended criticism of the federal judge presiding over the trump university case. trump says the judge is biased because of his mexican heritage
despite criticism from his own party, trump is defending his comment. sources told "the wall street journal" that residents and to take part in the next round of bidding for yahoo!'s core internet business. verizon reportedly plans to submit a $3 billion bid by next monday's deadline. let's check out the stock market futures after stocks came yesterday. dow futures up 66 s&p futures at seven. warren, that is happening now. lauren: let's take a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." viacom's paramount sale hit the wall. each agent by listening to the for the films you will require the backing of his daughter shari redstone. nike plays hardball to keep exactly suing world indoor 800-meter champion after he agreed to a sponsorship deal with new balance. the law firm raises are starting dollars to $180,000.
the 12.5% move is its first increase in nearly a decade and it could trigger a wave of copycat hype from the new york firm's competitors. the entrepreneur martin shkreli back and quarterback to resolve this yterday. the ceo wasted no time after his court appearance to brag about the hearing to some manhattan dunkin' donuts customers for live streaming on periscope good listen. >> i just came back from court. we are great. the judge slapped the government again. lauren: while he was in court to face no criminal charges against him, adam shapiro has story. reporter: good morning, nicole. good morning, boring. martin shkreli will return here in july 14th at 1:00 p.m. that is the date the judge is set for a hearing to determine finally when this could go to trial.
possibly january or february in 2017. gentleman entered a not guilty plea on the charge against thomas friday. the charges an additional conspiracy to submit security frauds involves controlled controlled stock in the retrofitted in which he was ceo. his codefendant evan grable entered a not guilty plea. as of now, the charges amount to seven charges of securities fraud. the charges announced an attitude. there is a path that if the defense attorneys will file a motion in the future to sever the case in which defendant can stress separately. the judges getting everybody, roughly 30 to 35 days to continue but is called discovery. they will be trading documents which are crucial to the case because roughly 3 million that have to be reviewed. shkreli's defense attorney says that they find those documents are key to what kind of defense will present when the case goes to trial.
outside the courthouse in brooklyn, i am adam shapiro. back to you. trade to her placement plan put in place after the financial crisis is expected to be about today. representatives of pennsylvania is due to present his plan in new york. it would wipe out the 2010th reform law. supporters say it would prevent another financial crisis while critics say the law is choking the economy with too many regulations on banks and other financial institutions. however, few expect the new plan will become law soon. when congressman hunter lane discusses his plan today, that will be at 11:30 a.m. eastern time. don't miss that kid lauren: in hockey, pittsburgh penguins grab a commanding lead to back up the stanley cup thursday night. south korea's dakotans they were years says he won't play for the olympic asked about dean.
nicole: some sad news this morning. next martial art heavyweight kimbo was hospitalized yesterday in his home in springs. was 42 years old kid he became known after posting a series of youtube videos showing extreme street fights. he was assigned to ballot card mma and is scheduled to headline a match on july 16th in london. lauren: let's look at the latest in the world of sports. the pittsburgh penguins are one
win away from winning the stanley cup. they beat the san jose sharks for a three to one series lead. malkin scored his first goal of the series and matt paris may 23 states that the penguins can win their first stanley cup in franchise history at home in game five on thursday night. south korea for golden state warriors withdrew his name from the adoration for the u.s. olympic team. he says he decided to pull up for several factors including recent ankle and knee injuries. he did not say what the other factors were, but several athletes have expressed concerns about the subset i was in rio. build the team is already without chris hall and anthony davis. curry has won a pair of world titles with the americans. new york yankees returned from a four and fifth road trip and beat los angeles last night. the eighth inning after brien mccann hit back to back shots of
the seven. earning this day that the ninth inning for his 10th save of the season. nicole: deep rewards program will be based on how much passengers them. the change follows moves made by delta air lines and united airlines. most buyers will earn $5 for every dollars then. that starts august 1st. garrett metropolis has a private equity firm at the bankruptcy three years ago. he lives next to the playboy mansion and now plans to buy it. he was sent to mention the rest of his life. the playboy mansion and seven red rooms, eight bathrooms, a wine cellar, either from the gym, tennis court, so the whole, partially covered by a man-made
cave or grotto. the state listed for $200 million. not sure how much tearing pages to. nicole: coming up, global market action before we hand it over to "mornings with maria." dow futures up 59, s&p futures zika. nasdaq up 17. you were watching "fbn:am." "mornings with maria" coming up. stay right here with us on fox business. ♪ @o@d
nicole: after 100-point it yesterday for the dow, s&p looked at, s&p looked at the highest levels of the year. dow futures zika to come s&p futures zika .5. marcus at the energy yesterday. a look at the commodities as well today as a postulate of infinitely higher. a 22-cent as gold pulls back $3.5 at 1243 a troy ounce. watching currencies closely, the japanese and a speaker against the u.s. dollar. the other currencies u.k., u.k. pound and the rest tire against the greenback. certainly allowed to continue to watch. the next several hours of maria bartiromo. "mornings with maria" starts
right now. maria: good tuesday morning. i am maria bartiromo. it is tuesday, june 7. six am. six am on the east coast. six more states vote in primaries in the 26th in race to the white house. polls open right now in new jersey as "the associated press" reports hillary clinton has secured the nomination. it is not that simple, though. bernie sanders vowing to fight on. >> according to dennis, way around the on the brink of an historic, historic, unprecedented moment. but we still have work to do, don't we? >> secretary clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the democric nomination. >> she's made so many bad decisions. she would be a disaster as president of our country. maria: donald trump faces scrutiny and the size of the aisle over the trump university ca